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smartphone out. it could save you more money with better results. roosevelt leftwich has more. >> when you go out, what do you shop for? the clever ads or the price. one of these days black friday could give way to smartphone thursday. there's big walmart and teen ni walmart that fit -- tiny walmart that fits in your hand. you can find the deal of the day. big target and tiny target. welcome to the world of quick shopping, price comparison, another emerging role for the smartphone, black friday buster. >> i don't go out on black friday. it's too crowded. if i see something, i will google it. >> reporter: with smartphone becoming a big part of shopping, many stores are dishing out extra deals. big toys 'r us, tiny toys 'r us. they're offering extra deals for smartphone users. >> the technology dimension that the online people are now adding beyond just the selection issue. >> reporter: the marketing professor says while camping out on black friday is fun for some, it's a driving factor for many shoppers. stores are trying to get you out of the house. online merchants are helping to determine t
their smartphone over the code and scan it. a special web page featuring your unique content instantly comes up. >> the most important step for a small business is to provide a great payoff to the consumer for interacting with a qr code. so make sure you provide special content that is not accessible otherwise. whether that's a special offer. or a special video that you can't access. that really rewards the consumer for going through the exercise of actually scanning the code. >> for the small business owner, the opportunity to crack the code, and tap this new market is relatively easy. >> they're very inexpensive to deploy. with a number of tools available today, you can create your own qr code campaign in just a matter of minutes. >> nina recently started a campaign at garnet wines and liquors. the scores qr code offers discounts linked to their facebook and twitter pages, information about special events and sales. >> it isn't the whole website, it's just pieces of information that you can take or not. and you click on. and then you can click on there, check in, and get a discount. >> but it
: if you're like ron garcia and have a smartphone, you can use a google map like i kia and macy's and home depot to map out the inside of their stores and you can look for what you want a little faster. >> if it's someone like me that could get lost in a wet paper bag, it would be great. >> for me, i'd rather look around in the stores. >> i would use it if google had it. >> reporter: google match poiio looking to expand their offering by offering everyone to post their maps. >> this mother of two said she would pull out her smartphones. >> some areas have play spaces for kids. if you knew ahead of time, that would help. >> reporter: while everyone doesn't need map every time. most people say it is an option when things are tight. >> that would definitely help in a chaotic area. >> reporter: now, google maps are only available to smartphone users with the android platform. if you are interested in following your own blue dot and you are an iphone user, we're waiting to hear when google will do that. >> very neat. thanks so much. in political news, herman cain says he is reassessing whether
enlighten, or a free xperia play by sony ericsson. the smartphones are ready, the tablets are wrapped. now through monday only, get the technology they love, on the network they deserve. verizon. >>> we've had such a stretch of great weather and temperatures have been on the rise. same tory today. 61 degrees at national airport. that is 9 degrees above the seasonal average for the day. 67 at dulles takes us to the plus 14 side and 70 degrees, second day in a row for baltimore to reach 70 and that's 18 degrees above the seasonal average. we have had extremely mild conditions which should only be in the low to mid-50s across the area. right now, current temperatures, 49 at d.c., 48 in gaithersburg. a little chillier in fredericksburg. we have 45 degrees at baltimore this hour. our skies seeing a few clouds starting to roll in. ridge of high pressure moved off. this is what we are keeping a close eye on. the next weather maker is a frontal system. we expect to see the clouds increasing during the course of the next 24 hours ahead of that frontal system but in terms of its arrival, looks like
will see it. they put their smartphone over the code and scan it. a special web page featuring your contact comes up. >> the most important tip for a small business is provide a great pay off to the consumer for interacting with the qr code. give special content that's not available otherwise whether it's a special offer or video. that rewards it consumer for going through the exercise of actually scanning the code. >> for the small business owner, the opportunity to crack the code is relatively easy. >> they are inexpensive to deploy with a number of tools availab available, create your own in a matter of minutes. >> she recently started a qr campaign at garnet liquors in new york city. they offer discounts linked to facebook and twitter pages, information about special events and sales. >> it isn't the whole website, it's pieces of information you can take. you can click on there, check in and get a discount. >> it's not just about this information. nina is gathering valuable information, too. >> what's great is they allow you to track your effectiveness of marketing. because it's tied to
deal. talk to us about price comparison, the smartphones, social media, cash versus credit. >> yeah. people are using every tool at their disposal. smartphones, indeed, people are using those to actually buy things, to price shop. actually, where people use their smartphones most are to call their friends and say, what do you want, and they also use them to kill time in those long lines in stores. but people are out for deals and they'll go anyplace for them, and they also told us they'll spend on average 19 hours holiday shopping this year, which is up from four hours last year, which says to us people are willing to spend the time to look until they're sure they've got the best possible deal before they buy. >> greg, thanks for talking to you. >> thank you. >>> up next on the "wall street journal report," feel a need in this season of giving? we'll take a look at people who are hungry and the four-star are hungry and the four-star chef committed to our machines help identify early stages of cancer, and it's something that we're extremely proud of. you see someone who is saved beca
will be streaming it live on our website and your smartphone app. >>> the mother of a missing washington state by is speaking out for the first -- boy is peeking out for the first time. >>> it seems like there's a new republican front-runner every day. >>> we are hearing for the first time from the mother of the washington state by -- boy. when asked for a comment, she writes my former husband is a is a -- sadistic muslim. so far he's cooperated but she has not one thing she wouldn't hans is what happened the day her son disappeared. >>> a case of black and blushings retail -- blue, retailers hoping to hit this big. they will clock in at 12 a.m. after thanksgiving. that's forcing many to scrap openings at midnight. >>> defendant services that used to be complimentary, hotels are now charging for. we'll take a look at the hidden charges and how to avoid some of those fees. >>> and the joy of reading. it comes to life for some students. >>> most children love playing dressup and reading their favorite nursing rhyme-- nursery rhyme. it was the annual book parade. >> reporter: here's my -- guitar.
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to be a very enthusiastic one for those of you shopping online or on your smartphones. online sales on this cyber monday were up early by some 20% from a year ago. at department stores online stores are up 20%. sales from mobile devices alone are also up nearly 9%. >>> cyber monday started in 2005 and last year saw sales hit the $1 billion mark but scammers are also trying to get a slice of that cash. joce sterman has a warning before you hit your computer tonight. >> reporter: forget door busters and the long lines. deal seekers can simply log on to their computers. >> it's a great opportunity and good deals to be had. >> but she said crossing off your list online also gives scammers an opportunity to get your personal information. that's why the bbb is offering tips. >> first, make your computer your friend. by that, you have got have current up to date hasn't spyware, all the information that puts security into your system. >> reporter: going without security puts you at risk. so does shopping on sites that aren't secure. before you buy online, check for two things. >> the padloc
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. >> just in time for the start of the holiday shopping season, c-net's editors have the newest smartphones, tvs and tablets. take a look. what we did was take over a cool art gallery in new york city to turn it into a tech playland, but with a real purpose. that's to let folks get their hands on the latest technology. let's look at smartphones. the horse race is simple. iphone versus android right now. the iphone 4s just came out. it's outstanding. this has a camera built in, this little thing. it takes pictures so good i would prefer this than a $400 or $500 compact pocket camera. the androids are outselling the iphone now which people don't realize. they have much bigger screens in almost every case. the amount of real estate there is fundamentally different. if you want a real keyboard with actual keys, go android. iphone, $200 to $400. the android guys are up to $299 at the most. when it comes to tablets, this is different from the smartphone world where the iphone has serious competition. there isn't serious competition for the ipad yet. what's coming which is interesting to watch in
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lg enlighten, or a free xperia play by sony ericsson. the smartphones are ready, the tablets are wrapped. now through monday only, get the technology they love, on the network they deserve. verizon. >>> maryland's athletic director is asking fans to become more respectful at football games. he got several complaints at the home opener against miami. school officials say it paints maryland in a bad light. fans have a responsibility to represent the school with class, dignity and respect. >>> when it comes to bad customer service, these days there are more options than complaining to the company or telling a friend. now, you can tell the world, thanks to the internet. how social media is giving consumers a louder voice. >> when something goes wrong, it's annoying. sometimes you have to tell someone. >> reporter: this woman wanted to tell someone about her lousy bagel. >> there was this much cream cheese on it. i paid $3 for a bagel. >> reporter: she complained publicly on twitter. >> if i took a picture of it, up loaded it to twitter and said seriously, what's going on here? >>
ericsson. the smartphones are ready, the tablets are wrapped. now through monday only, get the technology they love, on the network they deserve. verizon. gl >> tell me something i don't know is brought to you by charles schwab. let's talk about the permanent attention you and your money deserve. chris: welcome back. clarence, tell me something i don't know. >> i'm sure you know that the south has been resegregating over time splitly. there was a new study that shows if more resegregated now as far as blacks voting democrats, whites voting republican, and this is hurting what democrats at the state level -- blacks are losing clout now as far as getting things done and they're safe. >> i've seen that. how do you know it's been done systemically? >> chris, i was in nevada recently. you turn on the radio in the car and every ad is for a foreclosure lawyer or a bankruptcy lawyer. that's the stance the republicans would like to take in the next election. they polled it wrong in the republicans' favor in 2008 and in 2010. chris: romney was the primary. >> but i think the democrats still have a
up 15% from the same time last year. purchases on smartphones and tablets were up 7.5%. experts say more consumers are using their devices to compare prices. >> and this year, the big trend is about 30% of people are using tablets and over 50% are using smartphones in retail stores. so they are walking around the aisles saying how good is that price? >> and as of this afternoon, internet traffic was up 37% from last year. >>> and this is temperature -- the time of year for those piling on the credit card debt. one couple's experience left them deeply in debt. consumer watch explains. >> sherry and joe said it was the commercial that sold them. the trivalley couple had more than $20,000 in credit card debt when they signed up with freedom debt relief two years ago. >> we had a hope of being debt- free, making a fresh start. >> reporter: but they say that start came as a steep cost. the company charged an up-front fee of $3,300 and freedom debt relief told them the first step was to stop paying their credit cards. something the company now denies. the family said they were told instea
to find the best deals. find out how to get the best bang for your buck by picking up your smartphone. >>> plus, rep candidate herman cain is taking a different approach to spreading his 9-9-9 plan. we'll explain coming up. n cajun raw seafood pizza parlor french fondue tex-mex fro-yo tapas puck chinese takeout taco truck free range chicken pancake stack baked alaska 5% cash back. right now, get 5% cash back at restaurants. it pays to discover. [ electronic beeping ] [ male announcer ] still getting dandruff? neutrogena® t/gel shampoo defeats dandruff after just one use. t/gel shampoo. it works. neutrogena®. >>> whether you love the thrill for the hunt at the big mall, smart phones and tablets can be a key part of your holiday shopping season. karen kay a -- karen cave a look looks at apps. >> holiday shoppers can use that smartphone while looking for merchandise in the store. >> reporter: you got a price check. it's one way to make sure you're getting the most parching for your buck. >> you can find reviews. do price comparisons with online retailers as well as brick and mortar ret
, tablets and smartphones. start with the flat screens. now or later? >> reporter: when it comes to tvs, wait. there's no new technology they are marketing to us. the only thing they can do to buy is drop that price. tvs are historically cheaper around christmas and they bottom out right around the super bowl. hold on if you can. >> now tablets, the ipad, everything like it. now or later? >> reporter: buy now. the ipad is on sale today online so you can go to the apple store, you can go to bestbuy.com and get $40 to $45 off. kindle fire. we don't know how much stock they're going to have. buy now. and the barnes & noble nook has a $20 discount today. >> smartphones. when you reported in earlier, we just about fell off our chairs here what you found. >> reporter: $200 android smart phones at amazon, but if you have one of these, a penny, you can get that $200 phone for just a penny. buy now. >> becky worley, thank you. >>> and despite the heavy shopping today, the markets were open half the day and still could not shake fears about the economy. the dow finished the week down nearly 5%, i
computers, tablets and smartphones to shop. >>> google today unveiled indoor mapping, now directions inside stores, malls, airports and transit centers in the u.s. and japan. home depot, ikea and macy's are the first that are part of the new service. indoor directions and floor plans can only be viewed for now, on smartphones and tablets that run on google's android software. >>> meteorologist mike knee kwhaoe is going on? >> still thick in some areas, other areas it is lifting. flight delays at sfo and san jose. we'll talk about hugh the winds are going to keep the fog away but how they will be dangerous the next couple of days. >>> let's play space ball. one astronaut's way to pasttime at the international space station. >>> also, new service that could help thousands of drivers avoid pricey parking tickets in san francisco. >>> an astronaut from japan recently playing america's favorite pasttime, baseball, by himself. he pitched the ball and then throw it to the other side of the room to hit it with his bat. there it goes. he's a 47-year-old father of two he was in space for six months a
was spotted at google headquarters pickingp his very own android smartphone galaxy nexus yesterday. he was invited to pick up the device from the mountain view campus after tweeting he was looking for the smartphone at best buy. >>> and now a message from the committee to elect mitt romney. [ applause ]
indicate americans are growing more comfortable with using personal computers, tablets and smartphones to shop. >>> google today unveiled indoor mapping, now directions inside stores, malls, airports and transit centers in the u.s. and japan. home depot, ikea and macy's are the first that are part of the new service. indoor directions and floor plans can only be viewed for now, on smartphones and tablets that run on google's android software. >>> meteorologist mike knee kwhaoe is going on? >> still thick in some areas, other areas it is lifting. flight delays at sfo and san jose. we'll talk about hugh the winds are going to keep the fog away but how they will be dangerous the next couple of days. >>> let's play space ball. one astronaut's way to pasttime at the international space station. >>> also, new service that could help thousands of drivers avoid pricey parking tickets in san francisco. >>> an astronaut from japan recently playing america's favorite pasttime, baseball, by himself. he pitched the ball and then throw it to the other side of the room to hit it with his bat. there i
night. they sent mobile only deals to smartphones. may have worked. analysts say americans spent $47 billion today making this the biggest block friday ever. >> our local economy may get a boost from all of the holiday shoppers pouring into small businesses this weekend. >> between black friday and the excitement of cyber monday, a lot of time small businesses like on the avenue get overlooked. the goal is to get people in their communities spend the money at some of the independently owned businesses. >> instead of going to the mall, she is trolling -- strolling it around the avenue looking for the perfect holiday gift. >> it is really fun. a lot of antiques and a lot of things you would not find other places. he will not find that at a ball. >> for the second year in a row, to have launched their small-business campaign. the credit-card company is encouraging people to shop and independent stores the saturday after thanksgiving. >> to think it is critical. -- i think it is critical. we are the base of the economy. we are keeping the local economy strong. >> she is the owner of a go
with mobility in a smartphone. and to try to do some things that we perceived apple would not be doing. in the end, we did not succeed. we made a couple mistakes right off the beginning. when you go back and look at a thing like this, the thing that killed us was something that we never thought about deeply, which is we assume that business people would not want a smartphone that didn't have a physical keyboard. it was, that's the way it had always been. we were taught logical about it. and in the end, it caused us to make a design that was too expensive and too hard to manufacturer which slowed us down. we got to market after android instead of before android. >> by that pressure, blackberry is not doing. >> -- in fairness, a lot of different use cases in the mobile world. our assumption was neither blackberry nor apple would address all people's needs. blackberry would be too slow to implement web things and that apple would focus on consumer needs. the part we missed, obviously, apple did a much, much better job at broadening the use cases available for an iphone and they had no tro
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have some smartphone apps to help you get a leg up on other shoppers, and ease the stress on your wallet. [ artis brown ] america is facing some tough challenges right now. two of the most important are energy security and economic growth. north america actually has one of the largest oil reserves in the world. a large part of that is oil sands. this resource has the ability to create hundreds of thousands of jobs. at our kearl project in canada, we'll be able to produce these oil sands with the same emissions as many other oils and that's a huge breakthrough. that's good for our country's energy security and our economy. >>> >>> i know some of you just can't wait, black friday is less than a week away and many retailers are offering tempting deals to kickoff the holiday season. if you have a smartphone there are apps you can use to sniff out good deals so says our technology analyst joining us via skype from toronto. good to see you. there's an app for everything, isn't there? now there's an app where you can have a bar code on your phone so that you can try and find the best dea
between real and virtual cash. the smartphone app purchased by kids that could prove painful to your bottom line. we'll be right back. ,, case in san . >>> 7:11 now. those in favor of ranked choice voting say it increases voter turnout, but that was not the case in san francisco last week, where only 40% of registered voters turned out. that is the lowest turnout in 36 years. opponents of the system say it disenfranchises minority voters, but turns out chinese american voters turned out in record numbers. this morning, a closer look at both sides of what some call instant run-off elections. >> what's the majority of 26? >> 14. >> reporter: sitting down with terry riley asking him to demonstrate ranked choice voting, to be honest, feels like getting suckered into a game of three-card monty. >> third place gets dropped, second place gets reallocated. >> gives to these people, right? >> yeah. >> reporter: at least i didn't lose any money. he believes voters do lose. that's not the way he felt as the chairman of the campaign finance review and ethics board in san jose. >> i was for ranke
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and deserve it. >>> amazon may be putting a smartphone on the market soon. expected to release first model by the end of next year that will cost less than $200. amazon already offers electronic reading devices and tablets. this will be an expansion. rumors suggest the phone may have an 8 mega pixel camera, 4 inch touch screen and technology that capables -- tpaeupblts faster data up loading and downloading. >>> skype is letting users place video calls to facebook friends. skype unveiled the beta test version of the software for pc's and macs. facebook started letting users make calls via skype in july. skype wants to help one billion people connect particularly with video. facebook has 800 million users compared to escapes 170 million. >>> the billboard on highway 101 on the way to the bay bridge is about to come down. the sign went up -- [ unintelligible ] >>> 5:17. bay bridge looks like folks coming in across a shiney pavement. >> most of it starting to end going to reform during the morning hours in the north bay and the rest of us this afternoon probably heavier than yesterday where m
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smartphone app that places appropriate time of day photos when you call up weather from other cities around the world. >> more beale is more important outside the u.s. it is important in the -- u.s. but more important outside the united states that's the prime platform for people. >> reporter: yahoo hopes the services will broaden its demographics bringing more people to yahoo. david louie abc7 news. >> the makers of angry birds are shouting a big yahoo this morning. at ive game has surpassed half a bill -- downloads making it the most downloaded game in history. 300 million collective minutes daily or 200,000 years in total. mind-boggling. angry births played on all smartphone platforms -- angry birds is played on all smartphone platforms. [ unintelligible ] >>> there's a lot to talk about. we've been focusing on today as the day when fall comes back to the forecast. you step out you feel the chill thanks to the clear conditions we spree vollmer peak back to san francisco. live doppler head to the northwest where we are seeing the rain right now. crescent city, eureka redway sliding southe
for your smartphone. and it's called "low creep" they assign you a phone number that you give out when some creepy guy at the bar comes up and asks you for your number. he leaves a message that comes to your phone, and to the phones of all your friends. and then you can text the guy back, whatever you want. all of your friends can do it. but it all looks like it's coming from the girl. >> oh. this is terrible. i mean what's wrong with going up to somebody and saying, hey, how you doing, nice to meet you, can i get your number? yada yada. and now all of a sudden that's a crime and it has to be an app for that? >> i'm kind of with you on that surprisingly. it kind of takes it too far. i think just because this guy went up to you and you think he's a creep or you think he's weird -- >> he might just be socially awkward. >> you know you're not going to do this to the guy who is really polite to you about coming up and asking for your number. >> i think this is more geared towards the person who says things like, hey, do you wash your pants in windex. because i can see myself in your pants. >> y
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voice but share data. we talk on our smartphones and blackberrys. we want law-enforcement to have this capabilities so they can look at the video of a crime scene or a fire in progress or a look at a mug shot, and that will allow them to better handle whatever disasters arise. supervisor mirkarimi: great. any further discussion? seeing none, public comment? no public comment. why don't we take this with a recommendation, advanced to the full board? so moved. thank you very much. appreciate it. is there any further business before us? >> no, mr. chairman. supervisor mirkarimi: all right. one of the shortest meetings in our history. this meeting is now adjourned. have a good day. ♪ >> hello, and welcome to the department of elections right choice voting instructional video. it is part of the department of elections right choice voting outreach campaign and is designed to educate san francisco rig franciscoht choice voting. today we will learn what it is and who is elected using this voting method. we will also talk about with the ranked joyce l. looks like and how to market correc
shopping this year is mobile. i survey from mcafee supports that. 53% of it smartphone owners plan to shop using mobile devices. for cyber criminals, this is an opportunity. >> one click. press this button and purchase something. that is hacker heaven. >> stay with a pass word that stays with unpopular names -- from popular names. >> use numbers, special characters. >> be cafeul downloading innocent looking holiday apps. >> when they're trying to get a call for their kid or that' "it" gift, they are unlikely to think about it. >> to your new software core mobile devices is still far behind security for desktop computers. >> there is infinitely more opportunity for them to take advantage of all the things that hackers can do when they own one of your gadgets. >> they go where the money are. more so than this year, it means christmas shopping online. chris clackum, wbal-tv 11 news. >> toyota unveiled their newest high-tech vehicle today, the fun-v, and one large it touch screen computer for the driver. you can design the car's body using interactive gadgets. it is still a concept car and the
out his smartphone and asked the coach to repeat it.no wood et if &pdisciplinary action.y watch out foo &pchristmaa lights sold on the black markett they cculd be dangerous. even deadly. foox45 news obtained phooos of some goods homeland security seized - counterfeit batteries... extension cords and holiday lights. these goods don't meet safety standards. (fire marshal)"those cost cutting measurrs.. they could could easily become a wire.. overheated.. and catch on fire." fire." feeeral and state &autho consumers look for "safety sure products are ánotá from tte black market. a soldier from new jersey gives his parrnts thh surrrise of their life... bbt it takes a few moments for theefather to figure out whht's actually pappeeing... "buffalo? oh my god...oh my goo!" (father finally notices and says "oh my gosh!") ggsh!")captain gregory backer showed up to serve his parents dinner monday night... only they had no idea he would be their server!!e's been erving a tour innafghanistan since may.with the help of the local to pull off a great surprise. captain backer
gigabytes for $49 a month. that is up from five. here is the catch, they do not to smartphone. airline tickets for delta went higher. it raised the round trip fare by much as $10 on most domestic flights. if you're looking for a unique the person hard to shop groupon is offering epic deals. now, reporting for abc 7 news. >> that is a good teas. we are definitely staying tuned. 65 degrees. >> still to come, some major could be coming to the university of maryland. many sports teams have been recommended for elimination? >> another candid it has in o-- oops moment. [ female announcer ] find yourself sometimes cleaning up after your dishcth? bounty extra soft can help. it's super d dable and in this lab test bounty extra soft leaves this surface three times cleaner than a dishcloth. even with just one sheet. super clean. super soft. bounty extra soft. in the pink pack. and try bounty napkins. look atant to get a traffic and weather. we have rain off to the northwest. from new england the deep south. one or two of those showers now. moving into hagerstown. a brief shower. of this will dip
is about to expire. you can add more money for a 45-cent transaction fee. smartphones are really coming in handy, aren't they? >>> we'll tell you what police and firefighters fond that smelled nothing like a gas leak. >>> a big lottery payout is something we dream b why are -- about. why are people concerned about the latest winners. >>> a puppy who got a second chance still need as third one. we'll bring you her story coming up. >>> now to a story out of connecticut. we've all heard the uplifting story of the cafeteria workers who won the lottery but not to headlines like this one. three wealthy investment bankers won the lottery. there's news they may have been trying to divert attention from the real winner. >> reporter: three wealthy investment bankers walk into a press conference and announce they've won the lottery. they dutifully hold their $254 million check. >> $104 million after the lump sum. >> reporter: you almost want it to be a winner. >> it feels good. >> reporter: maybe this was a joke. overnight britain's daily mail said a friend of one of the three said they actually d
a mobile phone, a smartphone that acts as an internet hub, that's great. or a my fi box. it's a mobile hot spot. turn it on and any device within 15 or 20 feet gets on the internet with this. if your service is out but your phone works, one of these should work. be careful who you give the password to. >> yeah. all right. dan, this is great. thank you so, so much. >> thank you. >>> are you looking to use your smartphone or ipad for marketing strategy? here are the top five mobile marketing mistakes to avoid kurt see of entrepreneur.com. mismatching content. make sure every link you send out works and is suitable for mobile viewing. no promotional budget. posting an app in an app site is not enough. three, too much targeting. mobile devices are capable of tracking and collecting data that is useful for personalizing your marketing. sometimes is cost can outweigh the benefits. four, ignore the potential of voice. it's easy for them to call your business. include your number in all e-mails and all websites. number five, taking privacy concerns lightly. make sure you and your tech providers fo
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. it will compete with the nook. $200 each. the new nook will debut later this week for $250. >>> smartphones, prices are coming down. according to wired, 59% of mobile phone purchases in the last quarter were smartphones. that's up from 46% last year. the average priced dropped each quarter. >>> dentist visits could be good for your health. people who had a retune cleaning had a lower risk of heart astroke and strokes. -- heart attacks and strokes. >>> why they call crab fishing the wild west. >>> and we got weather to talk about. specifically fog in the inland bay valleys, which areas will see the most of it. 2 >>> the city of santa clara is about to take a step in the building of 49ers' stadium. they are expected to give approval tomorrow for $10 million in funding for infrastructure. that includes water and sewer lines. the counsel will also sign one planner to the handling of the job. >>> today was the first day commercial crab fishermen could have set out their pots but they are still in the harbor. ktvu's john fowler has more. >> you won't be able to get this, the fisherman are on stri
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